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James N. Sanchirico
Professor, Department of Environmental Science and Policy
Sanchirico is a professor in the Department of Environmental Science and Policy at the University of California at Davis, who primarily focuses on the economic analysis of marine policies, especially the effects of individual transferable quotas and marine protected areas. His other research interests include spatial and intertemporal management of biological resources, the interface between land use and biodiversity conservation, and the economics of invasive species management.
Featured Publications
Inside RFF: A Look at What's Happening
Leonard A. Shabman, Rebecca Epanchin-Niell, James N. Sanchirico, P. Lynn Scarlett
Resources | 2013 (184)
Inside RFF
Jintao Xu, Karen L. Palmer, Sheila M. Olmstead, Richard D. Morgenstern, Allen Blackman, Juha V. Siikamäki, Timothy J. Brennan, P. Lynn Scarlett, James N. Sanchirico, Yusuke Kuwayama , Antung Anthony Liu, C. Boyden Gray
Resources | 2013 (182)
Blue Carbon: Global Options for Reducing Emissions from the Degradation and Development of Coastal Ecosystems
Juha V. Siikamäki, James N. Sanchirico, Sunny Jardine, David W McLaughlin, Daniel F. Morris
RFF Report | November 2012
Blue Carbon: A Potentially Winning Climate Strategy
Juha V. Siikamäki, James N. Sanchirico
Resources | 2012 (181)
Global economic potential for reducing carbon dioxide emissions from mangrove loss
Juha Siikamaki, James Sanchirico, and Sunny Jardine
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences | In press
Resources Magazine: 178
Wolfram Schlenker, James N. Sanchirico, Molly K. Macauley, Daniel F. Morris, James W. Boyd, Alan J. Krupnick, Ian W.H. Parry, Phil Sharp
Resources | Summer 2011 (178)
Rising Sea Levels and Coastal Erosion: Policy options to Help Commmunities Adapt
James N. Sanchirico
Resources | Summer 2011 (178)
Economic Insights into the Costs of Design Restrictions in ITQ Programs
James N. Sanchirico, Kailin Kroetz
RFF Report | January 2010
Better Defined Rights and Responsibilities in Marine Adaptation Policy
James N. Sanchirico
Issue Brief 09-12 | December 2009
An Adaptation Portfolio for the United States Coastal and Marine Environment
David Kling, James N. Sanchirico
RFF Report | June 2009
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The Economics of Spatial-Dynamic Processes: Applications to Renewable Resources
Martin D Smith, James N. Sanchirico, James E. Wilen
RFF Discussion Paper 07-27 | April 2007
An Approach to Ecosystem-Based Fishery Management
James N. Sanchirico, Martin D Smith, Douglas W Lipton
RFF Discussion Paper 06-40 | September 2006
Analysis of Flexibility Mechanisms for Quota-Catch Balancing in Multispecies Individual Fishing Quotas
James N. Sanchirico, Daniel Holland, Kathryn Quigley, Mark Fina
RFF Discussion Paper 05-54 | November 2005
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Asset Pricing in Created Markets for Fishing Quotas
Richard G. Newell, Kerry L. Papps, James N. Sanchirico
RFF Discussion Paper 05-46 | October 2005
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Modeling Economywide versus Sectoral Climate Policies Using Combined Aggregate-Sectoral Models
William A. Pizer, Dallas Burtraw, Winston Harrington, Richard G. Newell, James N. Sanchirico
RFF Discussion Paper 05-08 | April 2005
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Habitat Benefit Assessment and Decisionmaking: A Report to the National Marine Fisheries Service
James W. Boyd, James N. Sanchirico, Leonard A. Shabman
RFF Discussion Paper 04-09 | September 2004
A Social Scientist's Perspective on the Potential Benefits of the Census of Marine Life
James N. Sanchirico
RFF Discussion Paper 04-23-REV | March 2004
Reserve Site Selection in a Limited-Entry Fishery
James N. Sanchirico
RFF Discussion Paper 02-69-REV | December 2002
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Fishing Quota Markets
Richard G. Newell, James N. Sanchirico, Suzi Kerr
RFF Discussion Paper 02-20 | August 2002
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Marine Protected Areas: Economic and Social Implications
James N. Sanchirico, Kathryn A. Cochran, Peter M. Emerson
RFF Discussion Paper 02-26 | May 2002
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The Impacts of Marine Reserves on Limited-Entry Fisheries
James N. Sanchirico, James E. Wilen
RFF Discussion Paper 00-34 | August 2000
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Marine Protected Areas as Fishery Policy: A Discussion of the Potential Costs and Benefits
James N. Sanchirico
RFF Discussion Paper 00-23-REV | May 2000
Dynamics of Spatial Exploitation: A Metapopulation Approach
James N. Sanchirico, James E. Wilen
RFF Discussion Paper 00-25-REV | April 2000
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Marine Reserves: Is There a Free Lunch?
James N. Sanchirico, James E. Wilen
RFF Discussion Paper 99-09 | December 1998
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Coastline Preservation: Mangroves and Reefs as Green Infrastructure
Friday, February 13, 2015
The Davis Enterprise
Restoring Mangroves May Prove Cheap Way to Cool Climate
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Scientific American
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